The Windows Insider Blog announces the release of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25926 to the Canary Channel. This build includes new features, improvements, and fixes for known issues. New additions include enhancements for Windows Ink, improved screen casting, and local file sharing.
Introducing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25926
Windows Insiders, get ready to explore the latest Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25926, freshly released to the Canary Channel. This build is packed with new features and enhancements, promising an improved user experience.
What’s New in Build 25926?
Build 25926 brings various new features from the Dev Channel, including significant improvements for Windows Ink, an enhanced screen casting experience, and local file sharing improvements.
Notification Bell in the System Tray
Notifications have been revamped. They will now appear as a bell in the system tray, colorizing based on your system accent color when new notifications arrive. The bell will be empty when there are no notifications.
Graphics: Tuning Intensity and Color Boost
Starting with Build 25921, options for tuning intensity and color boost have been added to the color filters via Settings > Accessibility > Color Filters.
Fixes for Known Issues
Among the fixes, the issue causing devices with mobile broadband connectivity to not connect to a wireless network due to lost APN configuration on upgrade with Build 25921 has been resolved.
Snipping Tool Update
An update to Snipping Tool (version 11.2306.43.0 and higher) introduces new buttons to edit in Paint for screenshots and edit in Clipchamp for screen recordings.
Developers can download the latest Windows Insider SDK at aka.ms/windowsinsidersdk. SDK NuGet packages are now also flighting at NuGet Gallery | WindowsSDK, offering more granular access to the SDK and better integration in CI/CD pipelines.
“Hello Windows Insiders, today we are releasing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25926 to the Canary Channel.”
“This build includes new features from the Dev Channel, such as improvements for Windows Ink, improved screen casting experience, local file sharing improvements, and more.”
From the Windows Blog